TSA Emb-145 Limitations

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TSA Emb-145 Limitations
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TSA limitations for the EMB-145
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  1. APU min temp
    -54c
  2. APU max altitude for starting
    30,000ft
  3. APU max operating altitude
    37,000ft
  4. APU max rotor speed
    108%

    (model T-62T-40C14 will shutdown at 104%)
  5. APU max EGT


    1. start

    2. continuous
    1.  884c (925c above 25,000ft for 10 secs.)

    2.  680c (717c for 5 minutes max.)
  6. Minimum battery temp for APU start
    -20c
  7. APU starter limits
    • between 3 consecutive attempts:
    •    1 min off

    • between 2 series of 3 consecutive attempts:
    •    30 mins off
  8. Max tailwind for takeoff and landing
    10 knots
  9. Max speed to remove direct vision window
    140 kias
  10. 1.  Vlo (retract)

    2.  Vlo (extension)

    3.  Vle
    1.  200 kias

    2.  250 kias

    3.  250 kias
  11. Max windshield wiper operating speed
    170 kias
  12. Vmo/Mmo

    1.  0 to 8000 ft

    2.  10,000 to 26,000 ft

    3.  26,000 to 37,000 ft
    1.  250 kias

    2.  320 kias

    3.  .78 mach
  13. Va
    200 kias
  14. Vfe

    1.  flaps 9

    2.  flaps 22

    3.  flaps 45
    1.  250 kias

    2.  200 kias

    3.  145 kias
  15. 1.  Max differential pressure

    2.  Max differential over-pressure

    3.  Max differential negative pressure
    1.  7.8 psi

    2.  8.1 psi

    3.  -0.3 psi
  16. Load factor limits

    1.  flaps up

    2.  flaps down
    1.  -1.00 to 2.50 G

    2.  0 to 2.00 g
  17. Engine starter limits

    1.  ground

    2. flight
    • 1.  starting or dry motoring: up to 5 mins on, 5 mins off
    •    1st to 4th cycle: 1 min on, 1 min off
    •    following cycles: 1 min on, 5 min off

    • 2.  max continuous ops time: 5 min on
    •      (no cool down required)
  18. Engine max N1
    100%
  19. Engine max N2
    102.4%

    pre-mod is 102.5%
  20. Engine max ITT for start
    800c
  21. Engine max ITT takeoff
    LR - 948c

    EP - 921c

    5 minute limit
  22. Engine max ITT continuous
    LR - 901c

    EP - 868c
  23. Max engine oil pressure
    110 psi (max 5 mins)

    may exceed during starts if oil temp below 21c.  engine must remain at idle until pressure falls below 110 psi.


    111-115 psi 5 min max

    116-155 psi 2 min max
  24. Minimum engine oil pressure

    1.  below 88% N2

    2.  at or above 88% N2
    1.  34 psi

    2.  50 psi

    (ops between 34-50 psi can be used during takeoff and landing)
  25. Engine oil temperaure

    1.  min continuous

    2.  min starting

    3.  max
    1.  21c

    2.  -40c

    3.  126c
  26. Engine fule temp

    1. min

    2. max
    1.  -54c

    2.   52c
  27. Engine vibration

    1.  LP spool

    2.  HP spool

    3. excedence time
    1.  1.8 ips

    2.  1.1 ips

    3.  amber range below 2.5 ips limited to 5 mins during takeoff/go-around.  10 secs all other phases.
  28. Max N2 with oil less than 40c
    83%
  29. Static run-up to warm the engine
    1.  8 min engine run

    2.  run engine to 88% N2, check oil pressure equal to or less than 83 psi
  30. 1.  cold engine warm up time

    2.  warm engine warm up time

    3.  oil temp to increase N2 above 83%

    4.  engine cool down time
    1.  4 minutes

    2.  2 minutes

    3.  40c minimum

    4.  1 minute
  31. Max fuel imbalance
    800 lbs
  32. Max usable fuel quantity in each tank

    1.  LR

    2.  EP
    1.  5717

    2.  4600
  33. Unusable fuel quantity in each tank

    1.  LR

    2.  EP
    1.  39 lbs

    2.  48 lbs
  34. Unusable fuel increase in each tank if any associated electric boost pump inoperative

    1.  LR

    2.  EP
    1.  365 lbs

    2.  266 lbs
  35. When pressure refueling, the usable quantity in each tank may be reduced by...

    1.  LR

    2.  EP
    1.  13.2 gal

    2.  7.9 gal
  36. Fuel specs
    Jet A, Jet A-1, JP-8
  37. Fuel tank temps
    -40c to 52c
  38. 1.  max altitude to extend the flaps

    2.  max airspeed after takeoff during climb without retrimming
    1.  20,000 ft

    2.  160 kias
  39. Max ramp weight

    1.  LR

    2.  EP/MP
    1.  48,722 lbs

    2.  46,495 lbs
  40. Max takeoff weight

    1.  LR

    2.  EP/MP
    1.  48,501 lbs

    2.  46,275 lbs
  41. Max landing weight

    1.  LR/MP

    2.  EP
    1.  42,549 lbs

    2.  41,226 lbs
  42. Max zero fuel weight

    1.  LR/MP

    2.  EP
    1.  39,462 lbs

    2.  38,250 lbs
  43. Max aft cargo weight
    2,646 lbs
  44. 1.  max load on main generator

    2.  max load on APU generator

    3.  max battery temp
    1.  400 amps

    2.  400 amps below 30,000 ft,; 300 amps above 30,000 ft

    3.  70c
  45. Turbulent air penetration speed

    1.  at or below 10,000 ft

    2.  above 10,000 ft
    1.  200 kias

    2.  250 kias or .63 mach, whichever is lower
  46. 1.  max temp for anti-ice operation

    2.  min temp for manual anti-ice operation

    3.  holding in ice condition configuration

    4.  max altitude for single engine bleed in icing conditions
    1.  10c

    2.  -40c

    3.  gear up, flaps up, 200 kias minimum

    4.  15,000 ft
  47. Max operating temperature
    ISA +35c
  48. Takeoff and landing

    1.  pressure altitude

    2.  temperature
    1.  -1,000 to 8,000 ft

    2.  -40 to ISA +35c
  49. Maximum altitude
    37,000 ft
  50. TAT in cruise above 25,000 ft limited to...
    -45c
  51. Minimum operating temperature
    1.  -54c to 25,000 ft

    2.  -65c to 37,000 ft
  52. What are the RNP values

    1.  enroute

    2.  terminal

    3.  approach
    1.  2 miles

    2.  1 mile

    3.  0.3 miles
  53. What is considered a wet runway
    less than 1/8" of water
  54. What does "APP RNP" mean
    Approach Required Navigational Performance
  55. How does FMS warn you of "APP RNP" loss

    1.  Honeywell

    2.  Universal
    1.  DEC

    2.  INTEG
  56. Runway contamination limits
    1.  dry snow/finger drifts - 4" max

    2.  wet snow/compact snow/slush/standing water - 1/2" max
  57. Altimeter RSVM compliance
    1.  set current QNH and confirm +/- 75 ft of field elevation

    • 2.  primary altimeters must be compared to each other.
    •   
    •   0 ft alt. = +/- 50 ft
    •   5000 ft alt = +/- 60 ft

    standby altimeter

    •   0 ft alt = +/- 150 ft
    •   5000 ft alt = +/- 200 ft
  58. RVSM in flight procedures
    monitor altitude equipment

    don't over/under shoot flight level by more than 150 ft

    vertical speed 1000 fpm within 2000 ft of assigned altitude

    cross check altimeters every hour
  59. Takeoff with lower than standard minimums (RVR)
    RVR 1600 or 1/4 mile; need HIRL or CL or RCLM or adequate visual reference

    RVR 1000; neeed CL

    RVR 600; need CL and RCLM
  60. MEL category time limits

    1.  A

    2.  B

    3.  C

    4.  D
    1.  time specific

    2.  3 days

    3.  10 days

    4.  120 days
  61. Max operating altitude when one bleed or one pack is closed
    25,000 ft
  62. Maximum recommended crosswind

    1.  dry

    2.  wet

    3.  compacted snow

    4.  standing water/slush

    5.  ice (no melting)
    1.  30 knots

    2.  30 knots

    3.  25 knots

    4.  20 knots

    5.  10 knots
  63. Max duration of ISIS when operating on batteries only
    40 minutes

    45 minutes if pitot 3 heat turned off
  64. Autopilot

    1.  min altitude coupled to ILS

    2.  min altitude for use after takeoff

    3.  single engine go-around
    1.  200 ft

    2.  500 ft

    3.  prohibited

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